Concert Hall at Drew University

Recognized for its world-class design and sparkling acoustics, the Concert Hall at Drew University, also known as The Dorothy Young Center for the Performing Arts, has been in demand by major recording and performance artists since it opened in 2005.

Among the internationally acclaimed musicians who have performed and recorded here are Renee Fleming, The Emerson String Quartet, members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Anonymous 4, The 5 Browns and more.  The Concert Hall also has distinguished speakers throughout the year.

Of Special Note: 

  • Dorothy Young, the benefactor of the Concert Hall, was Harry Houdini’s stage assistant in 1925 and 1926
  • The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performs three concerts annually as part of their residency
  • The da Camera Concerts series features musicians who have recorded in the Concert Hall




Contact info

36 Madison Ave * Madison * NJ 07940


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